Favorite KPOP Comebacks 2020
Hello hello! It’s your favorite KPOP Stan Mana here to update you on my favorite 2020 comebacks so far. This year hasn’t been a very good year overall. It feels a little like the world is ending, doesn’t it? But on the brighter note, there were some amazing releases this year and I thought I’d share my top 10 favorite KPOP comebacks of 2020!
「HMV&BOOKS」 “Say the name 17” Interview: Mingyu & DK
Hello Hello! It’s your favourite kpop stan here again writing about SEVENTEEN. This time I actually went to Lawson to pick up the free ロ-チケ (Lawson Ticket) Magazine that had a short segment dedicated to SEVENTEEN. This months interview is with Mingyu and DK. Since I’m free during this semi-lockdown period, I decide to take the time to translate their interview! Hopefully I’ll be able to continue and translate for future member’s interview as well. Please note that I am no native speaker, nor am I a professional translator so.. please excuse any mistakes! ?If you do notice any, feel free to reach out to me on Twitter ??I included…
? 舞い落ちる花びらFallin’ Flower ?
Hello Hello! It’s your favourite kpop stan here again with another fangirling post. SEVENTEEN released their 3rd Japanese single on April 1st. I was fortunate enough to be able to pre-order it from Loppi Machine in Lawson and picked it up a day before launch day. As I opened the album, I was pleasantly surprised to receive Mingyu’s card for the handshake lottery entry ticket ?I also got DINO for HMV special and Vernon’s heart card from the single album. (✧ω✧) I am so happy to say SEVENTEEN was the first group I ever pre-ordered and purchased an album directly in Japan. The album is super simple but I love…
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Beginning of a New Life
Hello Hello! It’s been a wild week for me and I’m glad I finally have the time to sit down and update Hoshiru on my new life. On March 22nd, 2020, I moved from my hometown, Seattle to Japan. I made the decision to move to Japan to take on a Assistance Language Teacher (ALT) position back in January. Now that it’s the end of March, I’m here typing this up in Japan, crazy how fast life can change. Ever since landing in Japan, I pretty much started with work business right away. I went to get my health check and met a few of my colleagues that I will…
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